The Life of Dr. Einstein
By Shawn Hiramatsu
• Albert Einstein has been considered as the most
genius person in the world.
• Did you know that Albert Einstein was slow in
learning to speak in first years of his childhood it
took him till 4 years old.
• At school he did his learning much less than
other students he often fell asleep in classes.
• By his teens Einstein failed to finish high school
and also failed the test to enter Zurich
Polytechnique School in Switzerland.
• Then he took language study and physics in pre
Even this genius had proved to become one
without a good background.
• In 1922, he traveled throughout Asia as part of a six-
month excursion and speaking tour. His travels included
Singapore, Ceylon, and Japan, where he gave a series of
lectures to thousands of Japanese.
• His first lecture in Tokyo lasted four hours, after which
he met the emperor and empress at the Imperial Palace
where thousands came to watch.
• Einstein later gave his impressions of the Japanese in a
letter to his sons "Of all the people I have met, I like the
Japanese most, as they are modest, intelligent,
considerate, and have a feel for art."
• Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, in the Kingdom
of Württemberg in the German empire on March
14 1879 and died April 18 1955 at age 76 in
Princeton, New Jersey, United States.
• He lived in many different place like the:
German empire, Switzerland, Austria, United
States, Germany, and one time Stateless ( it
basically means 1 Having no state or 2 not
having any recognized citizenship in a state or
Picture in 1921 Handsome Huh?
• On April 17 1955 Dr.Einstein died cause of
something called abdominal aortic aneurysm at
that time he was making a speech for Israel 7
year anniversary that was going to be on TV he
was at Princeton hospital that time.
• But he didn’t live long enough to finish it.
In the hospital Einstein said, "I want to go when I
want. It is tasteless to prolong life artificially. I
have done my share, it is time to go. I will do it
• Nobel Prize in Physics (1921)
• Copley Medal (1925)
• Max Planck Medal (1929)
• Time Person of the Century